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MANTS launches virtual business hub

October 13, 2020 -  By

The Mid-Atlantic Nursery Trade Show’s new business hub will connect exhibitors and buyers. The hub will have a searchable business directory during the 2021 show, scheduled for Jan. 6-8, 2021.

The business hub at encourages exhibitors and buying companies to network, explore and discuss new products and more during MANTS’ original show dates. The hub utilizes intelligent matching to connect exhibitors and buyers based on selected categories of interest. Exhibitor profiles will feature product images, videos and company news and information to help inform and educate buyers while also providing opportunities to participate in one-on-one meetings, group sales presentations, live product demonstrations and hosted drop-in hours.

“MANTS is committed to providing a meaningful platform through which exhibitors and buyers can search, shop, learn, connect and buy during this year’s show,” said MANTS Executive Vice President Vanessa Finney. “With the Business Hub, we’re providing one centralized location for buying companies to find plants and nursery stock, landscape and garden items, heavy and light duty equipment, tools, outdoor furniture, and an extensive selection of allied industry products.”

All registered attendees will have access to the business hub Jan. 6-8, 2021, leading up to the show and for 90 days post-show. Attendee registration is $10 per person and runs through Jan. 8, 2021.

“MANTS in January has meant business to the green industry for the last 50 years, and we plan to continue this tradition into 2021,” Finney added. “We invite our exhibitors and buying companies to join us in partnership to fulfill their business needs.”

Plans for MANTS 2021 also include print and digital versions of the annual Buyer’s Guide, the creation of an online calendar of public virtual exhibitor events and a virtual edition of the yearly new product showcase for green industry media.

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